Friday, 18 March 2011

Anna Joynt accepted onto RIBA Conservation Register

We are pleased to announce that Anna Joynt is amongst the first Architects to be accepted onto the new RIBA Conservation Register. Anna, an Associate in the practice, completed the post-graduate Buildings Conservation course at The Architectural Association in 2006, is listed on the Register of Architects Accredited in Building Conservation and is a member of the Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings

Find out more about the Historic Building Conservation Services Anna can provide

Anna has been the Associate responsible for a number of projects involving the remodelling of existing buildings including a multi-purpose performance space in a large redundant, Listed Grade II, Church for the Godolphin and Latymer School. The church is a lofty gothic revival building designed by Willliam Butterfield, completed in 1859, and as it was originally built for a large 19th century congregation, the space can accommodate the whole of the 805 person school community for assemblies. Stage riser and variable height staging units were let into the nave floor to allow a number of different theatrical configurations and to encourage creative staging and theatrical balconies were inserted into the side aisles – an intervention which is both practical and symbolic of the transformation of the church.